Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with ariba:

3 syllables:
carried an,
carried as,
carried on,
carried up,
carried us,
carries an,
carries on,
carries us,
hamm mia,
harry was,
harry young,
many a,
snap pea,
carib chief,
amy tan,
at even,
at pisa,
atty. gen,
atty gen,
batty man,
black eagle,
brass eagle,
cathy young,
daddy was,
flashy young,
ghatti gum,
grass eaten,
grassy knoll,
had eaten,
had even,
happy gas,
happy man,
happy when,
happy young,
many can,
many men,
many non,
many such,
many young,
nanny cam,
sally lunn,
scrap pieces,
shabby young,
shang china,
stag evil,
t'ang china,
than even,
that china,
that even,
that evil,
valley was,
story but,
at sea,
black pea,
black region,
black sea,
crack reaches,
fanny blood,
flat pea,
grass pea,
grass region,
grassy bluff,
had reason,
happy as,
happy bunch,
harry comes,
harry flood,
harry loved,
jack crevalle,
mallee hen,
many an,
many as

4 syllables:
bombax ceiba,
harry keogh,
hacia arriba,
attack china,
japan china,
japan needed,
really can,
really come,
really get,
really judge,
really love,
really was,
really young,
unhappy man,
unhappy young,
as many as,
assam region,
carrier gas,
harry added,
harry allen,
harry ammon,
harry hallam,
harry hayden,
harry hughes,
harry jaffa,
harry often,
harry vaughan

6 syllables:
kaliningrad region

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